James Brooks, Alaska Beacon
The Biden administration could decide the project’s future as soon as March 6.
Carol Beecher doesn’t have elections experience, but Lt. Gov. Dahlstrom cites her administrative background, impartiality as reasons for the pick.
Sen. Kiehl said he’s never been able to understand why disabled veterans can hunt and sport fish for free, but not freely trap for furs.
State lawmakers need to hire new independent advisers because their usual firm was plucked by Gov. Dunleavy’s administration.
After a U.S. Air Force fighter jet shot down an unidentified object over Alaska’s North Slope on Friday, Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said several other similar objects have traveled over the state in recent weeks.
A Pentagon spokesperson said the shootdown was ordered by President Joe Biden.
A bill adding criminal penalties for harassing 911 dispatchers or abusing the 911 system in Alaska is advancing in the Legislature.
Whether you go to a courthouse or not, getting married in Alaska can be an easy process, and anyone can conduct the ceremony.
The State Officers Compensation Commission has recommended raising the governor’s annual salary from $145,000 to approximately $176,000.
Targeted by environmental groups, gas flares in Alaska are regulated more by economics than concerns about greenhouse gases.
Members of the Senate’s coalition majority say they don’t expect changes to the system before the 2024 election, but others aren’t sure.
Commissioner Tamika Ledbetter’s resignation was announced in an email from the governor’s office Tuesday afternoon.
The idea from Sen. James Kaufman, R-Anchorage, was encouraged by a bipartisan, bicameral group.
Heidi Drygas will replace Jake Metcalfe as executive director of the Alaska State Employees Association.
Troopers say a family member of Mary Fulp presented responding troopers with a written court order they said was signed by a state judge.
Dunleavy said there are many reasons for optimism in Alaska during his State of the State address, calling for it to be the "most pro-life" state in the U.S.
The members of the House’s Bush Caucus explain how and why they flipped control of the chamber.
Jude Pate is also the first justice to come from Southeast Alaska since 2013.
"Fiscal stability" is No. 1, but specifics are hard to come by as the group gets organized.
The 33rd Legislature convenes Jan. 17, and lawmakers have already begun prefiling items for public consideration.